InterContinental Sao Paulo
Find a delicious breakfast at our Tarsila Restaurant, where the selection of tropical fruits, bread and juices will set you up for the day ahead, or if you prefer, you can also try the amazing Japanese Buffet. São Paulo is a bustling city, so as a way to ease yourself in, enjoy a walk through the beautiful Ibirapuera Park, where you can sample a little Paulistas* life, nature and local art. After a ten-minute cab drive from the hotel you will find Itaim Bibi, a neighborhood well known for its variety of good restaurants. * Paulista is how people born in São Paulo State are called.
Walking through Oscar Freire and its surrounding area is like diving into the fashion universe. Even if shopping is not your intention, the diversity of trends and styles make the ride in this pleasant area a unique experience.
Ranked among the best restaurants in the city, KAÁ offers international gastronomy in a tropical atmosphere created by seven thousand plants from the Atlantic forest. We can help you book in advance to guarantee this unique gastronomic experience. I suggest you visit Vila Madalena,a well-known bohemian neighborhood where you may find the most luxurious places and the simplest ones, from samba to classic rock, all in a single place. Vila Madalena is the perfect place to find a bar or night club to enjoy the night.
Capital of Gastronomy
São Paulo is widely recognized as an international capital of gastronomy. The city holds incredible restaurants from all cultures and nations where you can enjoy some delectable dishes. Our concierge team, members of Les Clefs d'Or, will be very glad to help you choose the right spot to go to.
São Paulo has the biggest Japanese community in the world outside Japan. The Japanese neighborhood is quite close to the hotel and it has an open air market on Sundays, very interesting to visit.
São Paulo is known as the "Rainy City" because in the old days it used to rain every day at the same time. Nowadays, it has changed, but the nickname is still popular in famous national songs.
São Paulo Municipal Market
Twenty-five thousand people visit the São Paulo Municipal Market per day.
A thousand unities of salami sandwiches are sold per day at the Municipal market.